ADRIFT Complete Principal Photography For Video

March 26, 2004

ADRIFT, the hard rock project featuring Jack Owen of CANNIBAL CORPSE, has finished two grueling days of photography for their video for the song "Empty Dreams". Shot in various locations by Gary Schutt of JEFF SCOTT SOTO fame and Paul Bigotti of Savage Armadillo Productions ("Web of Darkness", "Unearthed"),the clip, shot on professional digital video with extensive use of blue screen background replacement technology, is currently being edited and will be available for stream or download on the band's website,, in less than two weeks. Says Owen, "It's a lot of work filming a video, more than you would think, but it's a good way to let people additionally connect with the material beyond just listening to it." Drummer Kevin Astl had this to say: "We're honored and very lucky to be working with pros like Gary and Paul. The final product will be very impressive, and we hope the many people who support ADRIFT will enjoy it, along with showing people new to ADRIFT what we're about."

In related news, ADRIFT are giving away custom embroidered merch — hats, skull caps, and shirts. The next 100 entries in their "Guestbook" will be entered for a random drawing for 10 items of extremely high quality band gear. Visit for more information.

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